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Clair Obscur

"Sans Titre, 1992"


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Release: 2011
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Clair Obscur - Sans Titre, 1992 CD

The untitled album came out in 1993 on V.I.S.A. (re-released by Apocalyptic Vision Germany in 1997), and followed the 'Rock' album of 1990, although it had been recorded during 1990 already. It remained unreleased until 1993, simply due to financial issues. In the song 'Drive me to the Beach', the French talks were taken from 'Masculin, Féminin', by famous film-maker Jean-Luc Godard (1966).

The music was composed by Damerval, Demarthe, Jouannic. The track 'Bientôt' (dedicated to Irène and Jean) is a part of a musical installation project called 'Chansons'. The lyrics for 'Ich weiss (nicht)' are the verses taken from 'Die Lorelei' by German writer Heinrich Heine while the text in 'Without the Walls' (track dedicated to Pedro Almodovar) is owed to Shakespeare's 'Timon of Athens' (IV,i). Coming in DVD-sized Digipak and is strictly limited to 500 copies!
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InfraRot item number:2009.218
Label's catalogue number:fin058
1.Amore (La Solution)
5.Drive Me To The Beach
7.Ich Weiss (Nicht)
9.O Soleil
10.Without The Walls
11.Le Garde
12.Little Tune (All That Rock'n Roll Is About)
13.En Avant La Musique!
14.Le Bal
17.Amore II (L'Esquisse)